In 1970, after the first Earth Day, Congress passed the Clean Air Act and the EPA set air quality standards to protect public health.
Still, around 60% of Americans live in places where air pollution makes people sick, especially children who get asthma and other respiratory disease.
But as automaker and business tycoon Lee Iacocca famously said, "You know, we've got to pause and ask ourselves. How much clean air do we really need?"
This Mother's Day, give your mom, your wife, your partner, your sister and yourself the T-shirt that tells it like it is. 100% of the proceeds from this organic cotton T-shirt go to help Earth Day Network keep fighting for clean air.
With your help, we'll all breathe a little easier.
Happy Mother's Day!